BEST WESTERN Clermont
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Clermont Cincinnati
A big motel with the rooms opening onto open verandahs, just like the old days. Lovely big room with King bed, mini fridge with freezer and microwave. Check in staff very friendly and helpful offering information about eateries and where to locate the motel services. Bed very comfortable, pillows very plump and I expected them to be too hard for me but was pleasantly surprised at how comfortable they were. Nice to have a light on both sides of the bed. Also like having wash basin outside of room with shower and toilet. Internet speed good and easy to connect. Breakfast selections - biscuits (damper like scones) with sausage gravy, scrambled eggs, bacon not cooked so long (could actually cut it without it shattering) cold boiled eggs, pastries, french cinnamon toast, cereal and yoghurt, bagels and spreads. Very pleasant atmosphere in the breakfast area. First time also that more than one serving of normal coffee was in the room. In fact there were 3 and one decaf. Everywhere else has been only one of each.
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Good night in the old motel. Many other travellers (workers) left early but quietly. Breakfast was what we expected - danish pastries, little muffins, bagels and cream cheese. No bread for toasting, no spreads. Collected some apples and walked to Omelete Shoppe next door for fresh eggs and bacon for Wes and eggs and tomato slices for me. Waitress …
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